Barbra Streisand turns 75 today. To celebrate, the Forward dug up 5 of her greatest moments on-screen.
It would be unacceptable for the Sisterhood blog not to acknowledge this occasion.
“You mean 6 million Jews don’t count?”
Bret Easton Ellis had some choice words for Lena Dunham and Barbra Streisand.
Barbra Streisand’s take on “People,” immortalized in the 1968 film “Funny Girl,” and Harry Richman’s take on Irving Berlin’s “Puttin’ on the Ritz” are among this year’s inductees to the National Recording Registry.
Barbra Streisand has a heavy problem with Donald Trump.
While Donald Trump’s upcoming inauguration has empowered his supporters — whom many commentators say were ignored by the Democratic party — many liberal voters are feeling extremely nervous and anxious. The latter group — surprise, surprise— contains many Jewish celebrities. Barbra Streisand, for instance, who vocally supported Hillary Clinton throughout the presidential campaign.
Fanny Brice, the comedienne and songstress immortalized by Barbra Streisand in “Funny Girl,” would have been 125 years old today.
Rachel Bloom won hearts this past year with “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” the comic musical CW show she created and stars in. In advance of Friday’s Season 2 premier, she sat down with Billboard’s Danielle Bacher to dish on her favorite musicians, first slow dance, and more. Here are 6 of the coolest things she revealed.
We gathered up some of the funniest, sauciest and wisest dating advice from a few of our favorite moms in pop culture.